Great
grand
parents

Gen.=+5
Thomas   Donald
1745-1798 of Geilston
  John   Stirling
1752-1811 2nd of the 3 sons who carried on William Stirling & Sons until 1816. On 3 Nov 1789 bought the house of William Cunninghame that later became the Royal Exchange (see  Sold in 1817 to Royal Bank of Scotland. > Built, for his country house, Tullichewan Castle, near Balloch. IGI also lists sons Andrew, b. 31 Jan 1787 & John b. 06 Feb 1792, and dau's Agnes Bogle, b. 03 May 1788, & Anna b. 19 Jan 1790. www.amostcuriousmurder.com/RoyalExchangeHistoryFS.htm).
  John   Stirling
1752-1811 2nd of the 3 sons who carried on William Stirling & Sons until 1816. On 3 Nov 1789 bought the house of William Cunninghame that later became the Royal Exchange (see  Sold in 1817 to Royal Bank of Scotland. > Built, for his country house, Tullichewan Castle, near Balloch. IGI also lists sons Andrew, b. 31 Jan 1787 & John b. 06 Feb 1792, and dau's Agnes Bogle, b. 03 May 1788, & Anna b. 19 Jan 1790. www.amostcuriousmurder.com/RoyalExchangeHistoryFS.htm).
  James   Ritchie of Craigton and Busby one of the four Glasgow 'Virginians'                
m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m.
Janet   Dunlop
1743-
Janet   Bogle
1755-1822 1st child wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=kosmoid&id=I11925
Janet   Bogle
1755-1822 1st child wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=kosmoid&id=I11925
         
Grand
parents

Gen.=+4
Colin Dunlop   Donald
b. 7 MAR 1777
d. 18 SEP 1859 √son of Thomas Donald of Geilston (a Virginia Merchant or Tobacco Lord) and Janet, daughter of Provost Colin Dunlop, of Carmyle. Commissary clerk of Glasgow (1817-1824) and Lanarkshire (1824-1858)  http://gdl.cdlr.strath.ac.uk/smihou/smihou075.htm#ref2 gdl.cdlr.strath.ac.uk/mlemen/mlemen028.htm
m. Marion   Stirling
b. 5 JAN 1785
d. ABT 1825
William   Stirling
b. 31 MAR 1780
d. 29 JAN 1847 of Dalquhairn. IGI also lists a son Edward b. 12 Mar 1821 and a dau Catherine b. 08 Sep 1812
m. Margaret Hamilton   Ritchie
b. 12 JUL 1781
d. 14 JAN 1862 dau. of James Ritchie (1722-1799) of Craigton & Busbie, one of the 'four Virginians' of Glasgow, and Katherine Kerr (b. 1745 Govan).
  m.     m.  
Parents
Gen.=+3
John Stirling   Donald
b. 30 SEP 1814 Glasgow
d. 17 FEB 1900 Kensington, London emigrated to Australia before 1850, returned to Britain and settled in Cheltenham before 1857. In 1863 J. Stirling Donald of Cheltenham donated to Eastbourne a lifeboat, the 'Mary Stirling'. When hi
m. Mary   Stirling
b. 16 NOV 1818 Glasgow
d. 16 FEB 1867 Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Scottish archives have her will: sometime resident at Rockfort, Helensburgh, thereafter in Australia, afterwards at Cheltenham. ásis-parents.txt says 'Married Hugh Millar at Glasgow, 24 Jun 1835. Died at Donora, Washington, PA. USA. Buried at Smithfield, PA, USA.'
  m.  
Husband,
wife &
siblings

Gen.=+2
William Stirling 1852-1883
Katherine Kerr 1854- 1861: Cheltenham
Mary Eleanor Stirling 1857-
Colin Dunlop Donald
b. 1851 Melbourne, VIC
d. 10 JUN 1889 Colnbrook, Bucks 1871: commercial clerk, lodged in Glasgow 1881: at 14 Grosvenor Pl. South, Cheltenham
G2, ID=5036
m.
Mary Claudine Chapman
b. 1858 Cheltenham, Gloucestershire
dau. of Robert Chapman (c1827-1893) & Mary Hogg (c1833-1897)
G2, ID=7282
Children
Gen.=+1
Mary Claudine Stirling
b. 2 MAY 1882 married
m.
Living Relative
m.
Francis Richard, Sir Fraser
b. 14 FEB 1885
d. 2 OCT 1964 1st cousin of her 1st husband. Son of Sir Thomas Richard Fraser, Professor of Materia Medica at the University of Edinburgh and member of the Royal Society, and Susanna Margaret Duncan. First Director
Grand
children

Gen.=0
Living Relative
Living Relative
Living Relative
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